Develop a girl,
change a community.

Due to a discontinuation of Federal government funding through the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA), as of the 29 January 2001, the operation of the Girl’s Academy program by Role Models and Leaders Australia (RMLA) has been put on hold. RMLA wishes to make it clear that the NIAA is continuing funding of school programs supporting Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander girls through other providers.

The Board of Role Models and Leaders Australia is currently considering the program’s future and the community services that may be delivered by the organisation into the future.

If you have any enquiries, please email contact@rmla.com.au and we will respond in due course.

What is Girls Academy?

Girls Academy has been empowering girls and changing communities since 2004. Our in-school mentoring and leadership program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls is the largest of its kind in the country.

We’re changing Australia’s future, one girl at a time.

"I wouldn't be where I am today without Girls Academy"

Girls Academy Snapshot

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Girls currently supported by Girls Academy.
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Academy sites in WA, NT, QLD and NSW

Recent News

Girls Academy update

Role Models and Leaders Australia (RMLA) is disappointed that we will not be funded in the future to deliver our Girls Academy program which we established

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NIAA funding outcome

On Tuesday 22 December, Role Models and Leaders Australia (RMLA) were advised by the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) that its Girls Academy program would not be

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Trainee of the year

­­­Larissa Prosser has won the school-based trainee of the year at the Apprentice Employment Network’s Awards of Excellence. The Geraldton Girls Academy graduate was presented with

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